(CNN) - As was the first question of the night, the last question of the YouTube Republican Presidential debate went to Rudy Giuliani. The question brought up another well known rivalry.
In his YouTube Video, Chris Krul of Bonita Springs, Fla. asked, "Giuliani, can you explain why, you being a lifelong Yankees fan, that this year after the Yankees lost everything, you rooted for the Red Sox in the post season? Can you explain that position for me?"
The former mayor of New York explained that he was foremost an American League fan.
"I root for the American League team when they get into the World Series. I have done it for 50 years. I actually rooted for the Red Sox, I can't help it."
Giuliani did continue to add the Yankee's record with him as mayor.
"When I was mayor of New York City, the Yankees won four world championships...And since I have left being mayor of New York City, the Yankees have won none."
As seen throughout the night with Giuliani, Romney weighed in on this issue.
"87 long years we waited. 87 long years and true suffering Red Sox fans that my family and I are, we could not have been more happy than to see the Red Sox win the World Series except by being able to beat the Yankees when they were ahead three games to none.
- CNN's Jonathan Helman